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According to the Wall Street Journal, Delta Air Lines previously expected corporate travel to return to 60% of pre-pandemic levels by September. But executives now say they’ve seen a drop in bookings and a rise in cancellations in recent weeks.

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StillFire Brewing is working with officials in Smyrna to develop a brewery in that town, brewery General Manager Aaron Bisges said during a panel on breweries at the Metro Atlanta Redevelopment Summit at Studio Movie Grill in Duluth on Thursday.

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ATLANTA – Georgia posted the strongest employment numbers last month since the coronavirus pandemic began more than a year and a half ago, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday. Unemployment fell to a record low of 3.2% in September, dipping below the 3.3% jobless rate posted in January of last year, shortly before COVID-19 […]

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Gwinnett County leaders are grappling with how to give new life to the parts of Gwinnett Place Mall that they finalized their purchase of earlier this year, but they are not the first people to have to deal with how to revitalize a dead or dying mall, according to an expert on the subject.

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My home office is a small study directly off of my bedroom. When I traveled a lot, I used to love coming home to my cozy, intimate office. It was set up exactly the way I like it, beautiful desk, great view, even scented candles.

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Crumbl Cookies is in the process of doing build out on a bakery store in the Lawrenceville Market shopping center at the intersection of Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road and Duluth Highway, just off State Route 316, in unincorporated Lawrenceville.

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Online specialty coffee roaster Volcanica Coffee is expanding its metro Atlanta presence with a bigger warehouse in Suwanee, the coffee company and Partnership Gwinnett officials announced on Monday.

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For years, the exhibit hall at the Gwinnett County Fair was filled with booths manned by local non-profits, political groups and retailers selling their wares, but fairgrounds manager Dale Thurman said a new partnership with the Georgia Department of Agriculture is offering a chance to instead highlight local food producers.

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I signed up for the online course weeks in advance. When I submitted my credit card I was excited to be making an investment in myself. The day of the course, I logged in on time. I’d cleared my calendar and was looking forward to the program.

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Job openings have hit a record high. There’s energy in the market; the flood of new positions in aviation, hospitality, and tech are contributing to a collective buzz.

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A decade ago, businesses shifted their expansion, location, and relocation decisions from a model founded on incentives and infrastructure to one based on access to talent. Vibrant communities, otherwise known as live, work, play, and pray communities, have become the true economic drivers.

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The talent landscape is in a major flux; niche industries are growing rapidly, people are changing jobs, and many companies are going through re-orgs.

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ATLANTA – Georgia’s unemployment rate fell to 3.7% last month, the lowest it’s been since the coronavirus pandemic began in March of last year. The state added 43,600 jobs in July, while the labor participation rate was 61.7%, the same as the national rate. Georgia and other Republican-led states cut off federal unemployment benefits in […]

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An extension of the Gwinnett Chamber’s staff, the Ambassadors Council is made up of volunteers who donate their time and talent to engage, encourage, and expand business relationships on behalf of the organization. Recognized as area leaders, nearly 40 professionals have been chosen to be pa…

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A swirl of news stories about “The Great Resignation” has put employee retention in the leadership spotlight. One in four workers is considering quitting their job after the pandemic. I’ve seen the fear in our consulting practice, too; Our clients are deeply worried about retaining their tal…

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